Bonneville series price hike: Triumph currently analyzing market dynamics1 min read . Updated: 23 Jul 2020, 11:38 AM IST
Triumph Motorcycles India is currently selling its entire BS 6 Bonneville range of bikes on the same prices as the previous BS 4 models.
- The Bonneville series of motorcycles are the highest-selling models in the company's line-up.
Triumph Motorcycles India is currently selling its entire BS 6 Bonneville range of bikes on the same prices as the previous BS 4 spec models. While earlier the price hike was slated for July but now the company is 'unsure' whether or not to go for a price hike as planned earlier.
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In a communication sent to HT Auto, it said that the brand is 'currently analyzing market dynamics'.
The Triumph Bonneville series of motorcycles are the highest-selling models in the company's line-up. The range comprises Street Twin, Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120 and the Bonneville Speedmaster bikes. The entire range has been updated to the latest BS 6 emission standards.
As far as current pricing is concerned, the Street Twin costs ₹7.45 lakh, Bonneville T100 stands at ₹8.87 lakh, Bonneville T120 and Speedmaster are both priced at ₹9.97 lakh and ₹11.33 lakh, respectively.
Moreover, the company has recently hiked pricing of its Street Triple RS model by ₹20,000. The bike is now priced at ₹11.33 lakh.
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The company is also gearing up to launch the new Street Triple R soon. Select Triumph Motorcycles' dealers have started accepting unofficial bookings on the bike. It is going to be a heavily updated bike against the base Street Triple S, though it also misses out on some of the high-end goodies seen on the latest 'RS' model. When launched, the Street Triple R will be placed below the Street Triple RS. It is expected to sit in the price range of somewhere around ₹9.70 lakh to ₹10.30 lakh (ex-showroom). It will rival the likes of the 2020 Kawasaki Z900, BMW F 900 R and KTM 790 Duke.
(All prices ex-showroom, Delhi)
(Note: The story has been updated as per the latest official inputs from Triumph Motorcycles India)